An internet-connected device (camera, DVR, NVR) can still be configured to be accessed from outside its local network by enabling DDNS service.

ISPs commonly provide a dynamic IP address to their users. The lack of a static IP address means the user must reconfigure their device connection settings every time a new IP address is allocated, and this breaks your connection to your camera. This further means that you won’t be able to access your camera stream anymore.

No need to worry anymore!!
Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) Service solves this problem! A fixed address is assigned by the DDNS service provider that can be used to connect to the desired device. The device itself must be configured with the DDNS credentials so that it may automatically update the service with the newly allocated IP address.

Major Third Party DDNS Service Providers

Third-party DDNS service providers offer both free and subscription-based services:

No-IP (Free, Optional subscription available)

Note: No-IP offers Free Dynamic DNS account offers 1 free DDNS domain, and 3 Hostnames which you have to confirm every 30 Days
DynDNS (Subscription required)

Note: DynDNS offers 7-Day Free Trial

A 3-Step Process to Get You Going:

Prerequisite: Please check if your camera has Dynamic DNS capabilities.
Create a Dynamic DNS Account
Enable and Setup DDNS on Camera Configuration Page
Perform Port Forwarding on Router’s End

🌟 To see detailed information, click on the above hyperlinks and follow the process.

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